Facts about Alan Dundes

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Alan Dundes was a famous Educator from USA, who lived between September 8, 1935 and March 30, 2005. He/she became 69 years old.

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He/she is born under the zodiac virgo, who is known for Analyzing, Practical, Reflective, Observation, Thoughtful. Our collection contains 20 quotes who is written / told by Alan, under the main topic Graduation.

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Famous quotes by Alan Dundes (20)


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"If a student takes the whole series of my folklore courses including the graduate seminars, he or she should learn something about fieldwork, something about bibliography, something about how to carry out library research, and something about how to publish that research"
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"If a student takes the whole series of my folklore courses including the graduate seminars, he or she should learn something about fieldwork, something about bibliography, something about how to carry out library research, and something about how to publish that research"
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"Ancestor worship, or filial piety so characteristic of Asian cultures, for example, does not really resonate with Americans who favor children, not grandparents"
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"Polls are frequently taken to try to tease out or determine likely directions and trends, but once taken, they belong to the past, requiring that new polls be taken"
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"I mentioned that one of the tripartite formulas in American worldview involves time: past, present, and future"
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"Future orientation is combined with a notion and expectation of progress, and nothing is impossible"
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"Americans have a penchant for the future and tend to disregard the past"
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"Americans do believe in progress and there is almost certainly a kernel of truth in the joke"
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"There is more to folklore research than fieldwork. This is why in all of my other upper-division courses I require a term paper involving original research"
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"The class has become over the years fairly large, running to three hundred or more, but I always insist upon reading all the student folklore collections myself. Although this is a tall order, I look forward to it because I learn so much from it"
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"Cities all over the world are getting bigger as more and more people move from rural to urban sites, but that has created enormous problems with respect to environmental pollution and the general quality of life"
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"Their term project consists of a fieldwork collection of folklore that they create by interviewing family members, friends, or anyone they can manage to persuade to serve as an informant"
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"My academic identity is that of a folklorist, and for many years I have taught only folklore courses"
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"Life, it seems, is nothing if not a series of initiations, transitions, and incorporations"
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"Americans often have trouble enjoying the present moment"
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"Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak"
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"In my introductory course, Anthropology 160, the Forms of Folklore, I try to show the students what the major and minor genres of folklore are, and how they can be analyzed"
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"I have a great advantage over many of my colleagues inasmuch as my students bring with them to class their own personal knowledge of national, regional, religious, ethnic, occupational, and family folklore traditions"
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"They do not merely collect texts; they must also gather data about the context and the informant and, above all, write an analysis of the items based upon the course readings and lecture material on folklore theory and method"
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"In the light of our culture, these are not unreasonable questions and tactics, but if once again, we try to see the lens through which we look, we can see that there is far too great an emphasis placed on the future"


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